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of a montana woman accused of shoving her husband off of a cliff. jordan graham and cody johnson had been married only eight days when prosecutors say graham pushed him with both hands off of a cliff in glacier national park. the defense said it was not intentional, they say graham was acting in self-defense after a heated argument. is it ef know elam picks up the story from there. >> reporter: what started as a wedding is ending in a courtroom trial. >> reporter: did you kill cody, did you mean to push your husband off a cliff? >> reporter: this month, jordan lynn graham will go on trial for murder. federal prosecutors say the 22-year-old deliberately shoved her 25-year-old husband to his death off of a cliff july 7th, eight days after their wedding. friends of cody johnson say they noticed problems from the start. >> when they were exchanging vows, jordan was looking down and wasn't looking at cody. >> reporter: graham's attorneys are claiming it was an accident, saying the couple started arguing, and that when she tried to remove her husband's hand from her arm, he lost his balance. in
billy graham is asking for you to pray for him. his son franklin says he's comfortable, but his health is failing. we'll have more on his condition. >>> police say this newlywed couple had a lust for blood and disturbing urge to kill. how investigators say they lured a man to his death. using a popular website. >>. >> and more drama for obama care. despite progress to the federal website, new concerns that some people who think they are signing up for health care insurance coverage may not actually be covered. >>> we are going to keep pressing the president to do the right thing. if the president won't scrap this law, isn't it time for him to delay it for all americans before it does further harm? ris all white meat chicken was made to be blanketed in golden breadcrumbs. with whipped mashed potatoes, topped with a thick homemade gravy. so she makes her country fried chicken to be eaten together. so they savor every last bite. marie callender's. the day buildi a play set begins with a surprisewinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief.
wed accused of pushing her husband off a cliff. 22-year-old jordan graham, claims her husband accidentally fell during a heated argument. prosecutors say she pushed him from behind with both hands. william la jeunesse in the l.a. bureau with more. william, how is the case stacking up? >> reporter: the problem for jordan graham is credibility. prosecutors say that she has zero. she lied about what happened to her husband for several days. then led police right to a murder scene she claimed to know nothing about. seen here leaving court, graham looks like more of a sunday school teacher than the stone cold killer prosecutors say she is. after a week of getting married she allegedly pushed her husband, cody lee johnson off a cliff in glacier national park she says after an argument. prosecutors say she pushed him in the back, face first, plunging 200 feet to his death. she told police she hadn't seen cody after going to church and dairy queen. police have security camera photo of couple entering the park and their car leaving. cell phone records showing jordan was in the park aft
accused of killing her husband. prosecutors say jordan lynn graham pushed 25-year-old cody johnson off a cliff in montana's glacier national park eight days after their wedding last summer. they say they have evidence that graham blindfolded her husband before pushing him. her attorneys say it was all an contact and a accusing police and prosecutors of misconduct. >>> a court hearing today for hiker aaron ralston. the man who cut off his arm to escape a canyon in utah became the subject of the film "127 hours." he was arrested on saturday night at his home in denver on assault and wrong's to minor charges but details of what happened have not been relieved. >>> 71-year-old is expected to accept a plea deal involving no jail time. house arrest on seeking public office in the future is banned. finally a chapter closing out of that troubled story in san diego. >>> since march, eight people have contracted the sometimes tightly b-strain of meningitis. last month the fda okayed limited use of the vaccine which is not approved in the united states. it's recommended for students living on cam
graham. that's right. smile, senator graham. you're the latest happy republican to get enrolled in obama care. as required by law. congratulations. he joins senator rand paul, speaker boehner, and many other lucky republicans who signed up for insurance under the very law they opposed. i wonder what president obama would say to these guys. >> congratulations. and by the way, you're covered. >> yes, they're covered. but millions of americans aren't thanks to republican policies. gop governors and lawmakers in 25 states have refused to expand. medicaid. denying insurance to nearly 5 million americans. 5 million people without insurance just so republicans can say they're fighting the law. that is inexcusable. joining me now, joan walsh. thanks for being here this evening. it's incredible. 5 million people not able to get insurance because republican governors are playing politics, joan. >> no, it's really awful. and it's terrible for -- first of all, it's terrible for these 5 million people. they're going to hospitals now and community navigators saying if you lived in a neighboring state,
to his death. this contradicts the defense argument he fell after graham pushed his arm away during a fight. >> a serious snowball fight sparked an investigation at the university of oir gone. they dumped snow on one man to tried to confront the prank officer. he will determine if charges should be filed. >> do we want to know do these students want to be charged criminally for throwing snowballs. you can tweet them to us at foxfriendsfirst or foxnews.com. >>> it is 19 minutes after the top of the hour. it was like a scene at a horror movie. how the man behind the wheel got out alive. why he is being hailed a hero. >> we are hearing from the 90-year-old vet kicked off the flight to a memorial. what he is saying today that nearly ruined his trip. plush flush >> like a scene out of a movie a bus driver saves 30 lives after his bus catches on fire. >> >> unbelievable. the driver said he pulled over after noticing the flames and made it out barely by himself. the bus began to roll only to be stopped crashing into that pens. >> american airlines and u.s. airways will close at $17.7 billi
for drew brees. to marques colston, one of his two touchdowns. two minutes later to graham. brees will fast 50,000 career yards passing. fifth on the all-time list. saints cruise, 31-13, the final. >>> so the superdome, climate controlled. elsewhere not so nice. awesome to watch. the winter storm coming down hard at 1:00 kickoff. start with the snow bowl tour, vikings at ravens. not much scoring until the end this. minute and a half left, finds 41 yards for the touchdown. ensuing kickoff, just taken they had to speed this up because i didn't have enough to say. jacoby jones, 77 yards and ravens up by three, matt cassel dumps it to patterson and gets a few decent blocks. just off to the races and learn it's easier to run with a football than tackle in this weather. all right. you think that's done but it's not. joe flacco comes back and drives 80 yards capped about a touchdown pass by brown. incredible the last few minutes an win 29-26. this one in terms of snow, philly had the most. lions/eagles and grounds crew couldn't keep up with it. the game, it was brutal until the fourth. lesean mcco
down john mccain's name and lindsey graham's name. there are a lot of progressive republicans. theodore roosevelt started it. they believe in big government. i'm sorry to say and you know this to be true, we send people in there and it's like sending them to the lion's den waiting to be eaten by the machine that's washington now. there are people more interested the in keeping their jobs and their lifestyle and perks and benefits than actually doing what's right for the country and following the constitution. >> this battle goes back a long time. you can take it back to goldwater, nixon. everyone in the republican party gives lip service to reagan. reagan challenge ed a sitting republican president in 1976. >> mm-hmm. >> that's tea partyish to me. >> they said the same thing about reagan in 1976 that he was going to destroy the republican party. they said he was a loose cannon. they called him every name in the sun. they wouldn't welcome in reagan. for all the people in the republican party that quote ronald reagan and all the people now strangely like the president loves ronald reagan.
senator lindsey graham of south carolina says he too is signing up for obama care to which he added this comment. my insurance costs are going up with $400 a month, more than 200%. my health care coverage will be a fraction of what it used to be. but i will continue my fight to defund and allow americans to opt out of this horrible government program. i guess we have different interpretations of how much this costs. what's your reaction to what he says? >> my god, it is just reading off the talking points from the -- you know, the republican conference and all the negative reporting. take a look at this. but despite all the negative commentary and reporting on this effort, it has been transformative in people's lives already. you take a look at preventive care, massive changes for preventive care. my own story, i am a survivor of ovarian cancer, and my diagnosis 27 years ago was by accident. and, yes, i could afford to have the screens and the tests that i need. so many people have avoided taking advantage of preventive treatments because they couldn't afford it. now they can. it's
saxby chambliss. lindsey graham faces a crowded field of republicans to unseat him. these are the faces of powerful republican senators who are forced to defend their seats against their own party. michael steele's an expert. he's a former chair of rnc and political analyst. michelle goldberg writes for the nation. let's be sophisticated about this. some of these states are so conservative that probably the most conservative will win no matter what. south carolina, mississippi. i'm trying to think of the other one. maybe wyoming. there's no way a republican loses the general election unless they're a witch or a nut. so basically there's no danger here. but in four of these seven races reasonably close to the states. so there is some danger there of creating a situation where whoever wins the primary is so far drawn to the right incumbent or challenger they have lost a chance of winning a state which is really safe for the rs. >> i'd agree with that, chris. i would take south carolina out of that first bucket of guaranteed conservative win come next fall if, you know, you have the wrong
killing her husband. jordan lin graham is accused of pushing cody johnson off a cliff eight days after they tied the knot. prosecutors say the 22-year-old pushed johnson from behind with both hands. this contradicts the defense' argument that johnson fell by accident during a fight. we'll watch that case for you. and those are your headlines on this hour. >> thank you very much. >>> four minutes after the hour. it's monday, to let's bring in donald trump. you okay? >> good morning. yes. >> first off, i think we have a plan coming out of washington that's going to help us get young people to sign up. let's listen to ezekiel emmanuel. >> no one has launched a big pr campaign to get these people signed up because of the problems with the federal web site. we are about to launch a big pr campaign and that, i think, is going to persuade a lot of people to sign up. >> good move? >> no pr campaign is going to work. the product is no good. it's too ex opinionsive. your deductibles are huge and it's not a workable product. just something that is a disaster. you don't have your own doctors anymo
of their target goal of 800,000 people. so the media do seem, as tim graham of media research center put it so well, they're stenographers to power, writing down what the white house says and reporting it as news. jon: peter doocy was on the website in washington trying to get the thing up and running and he got one of those error messages. you know, we're really busy right now. please try to log on another time. >> see how many people are registering for obamacare? isn't that great? media research center never looked obamacare and what bloomberg reported, a fourfold increase was pretty good in november. the media has totally missed the story on the affordable care act and all the things that kicked in prior to november 1 of this year and all the things that have gone on that have benefitted people. all the focus on the website and totally ignoring the fact there are retail outlets in connecticut, phone calls to make and what the website has done. jon: the president told barbara walters on abc that the legacy of what he has done here is that he's extraordinarily proud of it. is it a little ear
, churchill, martin luther king, billy graham, and by the way, mohammad ali was instantly recognizable. i was saying earlier that if you know anything about history, some of our greatest leaders, humanity put in jail for a long period of time. martin luther king or mandela or gandhi or -- you can go down the list. >> why do you believe that? >> men of conviction don't fit the system. they are willing to fight the system. you go back to the bible and they spend time in prison before they became second in command. >>a i guy named jesus and a few followers ended up in jail as well. >> exactly. we have to incarcerate the people who challenge our country. >> isn't it amazing about nelson mandela that his greatest political move, his greatest political strategy is following jesus's that we forgive and from colin powell to james baker said what made him great is he forgave the people that persecuted him. >> the books on him will be quite large, but know one of the greatest ones is this. leaders absorb the pain. they don't retaliate. when you are in conflict, you hit me, you hit me and the eye fo
. breeze finds marcus for the touchdown. breeze to jimmy graham. breeze passes 50,000 career passing yards putting him fifth on the all time passing list. saints cruise 31-13 lead and looking in good shape. super dome was dry, climate controlled elsewhere, a winter wonderland. storm coming down on these five cities. snowball, vikings/ravens in baltimore. not much scoring until the very end of this one. toby finds a big hole. vikings up 4 at that point. gentlem jacoby jones up. matt castle dumps it. patterson gets a few good blocks goes 79 yards for the touchdown. end of the game. that's your winner? no, sir. one more time as they go back and forth joe flacco takes his team 80 yard. great catch. getting two down. marlin brown. ravens win a wild one in baltimore. heaviest snow of the day was in philly. lions and eagles. ground crew had a tough time keeping up. tied game in the fourth quarter. eagles win 34-20, 8-5. the pole now won five consecutive games. pittsburgh steelers dolphins. the miami players didn't seem to mind the weather. fourth quarter check out the tight end charles clay. come
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